Over the course of this week we have witnessed some of the best hoops action as the East Conference is taking small steps to display a better performance, a good example of this was the game between the Nets and Knicks.
Both teams are starting to play better basketball; the Nets have managed to win 6 of their last 7 games and have already locked a place in the playoffs. On the other hand, the New York Knicks have won 6 of their last 10, with victories over the Heat and the San Antonio Spurs.
In Miami at the American Airlines Stadium, the Miami Heat welcomed Detroit Pistons for a night of action to remember. There is no doubt the Heat is one of the toughest teams to beat when they play at their home grounds and last Monday night it was no exception, as the Heat took the lead most of the game managing a victory of 96 -102 over Detroit.
On a different note, at the Madison Square Garden the New York Knicks will play Denver Nuggets on Friday as Carmelo Anthony faces his former team. There are high expectations on the home team as shown by the betting odds favoring New York at -1.5 o -108u -102.
Last, but not least important is Saturday´s clash at the US Airways Center in Phoenix as the Suns welcome the Warriors. Golden State sharpshooting duo Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson will play a very important role while trying to prolong their recent success if they win over Phoenix.
The following is a Head to Head summary and some interesting stats:
AVG ½ SCORE
81 – 188
65 – 209
Golden State Warriors are in second position in rebounds at 46.0 and they have the third field goal percentage against in the league at 43.4.
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